These cover the basics of the NXT, Programming, Moving, and Turning the Robot, and using basic Sensors with Loops and Switches.
These advanced programming power points review Loops and Switches. Then cover Data Wires, using sensors with data wires to change your program as it runs.
Below are YouTube playlist for EV3 Training. I have found these very useful for new and old members and coaches alike.
Every time I watch one of these I always pick up something new.
Playlist - Darren Wilson
Not only does he go through the pieces and parts, he shows off general programming and how to trouble shoot problems that come up.
WaFFLES Programming Playlist
W.A.F.F.L.E.S. Community Robotics has put together my favorite programming EV3 playlist so far. They cover the basic, intermediate, and advanced programming. While for some programming they never come right out and tell you how the final program should look, they do give you all of the building blocks to discover how to get there in the end.
Flying Penguins Playlist
The Flying Penguins don't go into dept of programming. Instead they cover what each program block is and how it might be used. This is great to learning the new EV3 program blocks.
1. Overview of the Challenge
2. Project Video
3. Robot Game Video
4. Challenge PDF
5. Links this years other resources.
2014 Challenge - http://firstlegoleague.org/challenge/2014fllworldclass
FLL World Class Resources - http://www.firstlegoleague.org/challenge/fll-world-class-resources
Coach & Team Resources - http://firstlegoleague.org/challenge/teamresources
FLL Forums - http://forums.usfirst.org/forumdisplay.php?f=24
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